Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Siberian lynx

The Siberian lynx (Lynx Lynx Wrangeli), also known as the East Siberian lynx, is a vulnerable or endangered Eurasian lynx subspecies native to the Russian Far-East ranging from the Stanovoy Range and the Eastern part of the Yenisei river. In 2013, it is estimated to be around 5,890 mature individuals left in the wild. This is a Siberian lynx at Dartmoor Zoological Park, England although, the Eurasian lynxes of Britain became extinct in Roman times.

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